Thanks to Christian Reilly, President of The Platform Cloud, we have a step-by-step video to share with you on deploying our Ruby-based Phono/Tropo Voice Dialtone application on CloudFoundry! CloudFoundry is a new open platform as a service for running your Spring, Rails and Node.js applications. You can deploy this app on their hosted servers or on your own instance of CloudFoundry like Christian Reilly demonstrates.
By now you have noticed that you can place free 10 minute phone calls to any number in the United States and Canada from the PhonoSDK. Are you ready to graduate to longer calls and other powerful features such as conferencing, call recording, user input with touch tones and speech recognition, text-to-speech, and call transfers? This is where Tropo comes in!
It’s been a little more than 4 months since the launch of our PhonoSDK Webphone at the jQuery Conference in Boston. While Web developers have been busy adding phones on web pages all over the Internet, our engineers have been hard at work on our new release internally known as “Echo Smasher”. The day has come to release Echo Smasher (version 0.2) in the wild!